Kris Boyd has named just one Celtic player in his SPFL Team of the Week- his former Kilmarnock team-mate Greg Taylor.
The former Portland Timbers goal-getter was on duty at Fir Park for Sky Sports on Sunday and shared his TotW on the Sun’s Twitter account.
? | Our man Kris Boyd has named his team of the week for the Scottish Premiership.
Do you agree with him? pic.twitter.com/p2372BRB7X
— Scottish Sun Sport (@scotsunsport) September 28, 2020
Frimpong got Motm and ran Doig ragged also got him hooked at half time to save further embarassment and a red card, choosing the serial loser cause he buried a couple of penaltys, taylor wasnt even celtics 2nd best player yesterday Kris clearly never saw the game.
— Jd_1985 (@Jd19856) September 28, 2020
he spelt frimpong wrong
— phuqfaze (@imwatchingu7) September 28, 2020
It’s a wonder no club has ever approached Boyd for a managerial position. Like the savoy
— San Bernardino (@SanBernardino9) September 28, 2020
Taylors his pal, so that’s why hes the only sellick man in. Had some laugh at that ???????
— Darragh (@DarraghMcGeown3) September 28, 2020
There must have been some incredible performances in the SPFL at the weekend to keep out 10 Celtic players.
Jeremie Frimpong was the official Man of the Match at Celtic Park on Sunday which suggests that James Tavernier put in a super-human display against Motherwell.
In the centre of the park Scott Brown was the choice of Neil Lennon but according to Boyd his performance didn’t match that of Lewis Ferguson who like Tavernier scored twice from the penalty spot.
For reasons known only to Boyd Hamilton’s Hakeem Odoffin gets selected in the back three over Nir Bitton while Moi Elyounoussi can’t get into Boyd’s strike force.
Whatever Boyd may think Celtic have picked up more points per game than anyone else in the SPFL, the formula used to decide last season’s title.